Nigeria Decides 2019: Official Results of the Presidential Elections

Millions of Nigerians trooped out on Saturday 23rd of February, 2019 to vote to elect a president that will lead West Africa’s most populous country for another four years.

According to the electoral commission, INEC, a total of 72.8 million (72,775,585) were eligible to vote in the elections having collected their permanent voters’ cards (PVCs). Of the 36 states and Abuja, Lagos, Kano, Kaduna, Katsina and Rivers lead with the highest number of eligible voters.

There are 73 presidential candidates on the ballot, but the contest is between incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari of the APC and Atiku Abubakar of the PDP.


Final official presidential election result as announced from the INEC headquarters in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory. 

State by State Analysis of the Results

  1. Ekiti State
    APC: 219,231
    PDP: 154,032
  2. Osun State
    APC: 347,634
    PDP: 337,377
  3. FCT, Abuja
    APC: 152, 224
    PDP: 259,997
  4. Kwara State
    APC: 308,984
    PDP: 138,184
  5. Nasarawa State
    APC: 289,903
    PDP: 283,847
  6. Ondo State
    APC: 241,769
    PDP: 275,901
  7. Kogi State
    APC: 285,894
    PDP: 218,207
  8. Gombe State
    APC: 402,961
    PDP: 138,484
  9. Abia State
    APC: 85,058
    PDP: 219,698
  10. Yobe State
    APC: 497,914
    PDP: 50,763
  11. Enugu State
    APC: 54,423
    PDP: 355,553
  12. Ebonyi State
    APC: 90,726
    PDP: 258,573
  13. Niger State
    APC- 612,371
    PDP- 218,052
  14. Jigawa State
    APC- 794,738
    PDP- 289,895
  15. Kaduna State
    APC- 993,445
    PDP- 649,612
  16. Anambra State
    APC- 33,298
    PDP- 524,738
  17. Oyo State
    APC- 365,229
    PDP- 366,690
  18. Adamawa State
    APC – 378,078
    PDP – 410,266
  19. Bauchi State
    APC: 798,428
    PDP: 209,313
  20. Lagos State
    APC: 580,825
    PDP: 448,015
  21. Ogun State
    APC: 281,762
    PDP: 194,655
  22. Edo State
    APC: 267,842
    PDP: 275,691
  23. Benue State
    APC: 347,668
    PDP: 356,817
  24. Imo State
    APC: 140,463
    PDP: 334,923
  25. Plateau State
    APC: 468,555
    PDP: 548,665
  26. Kano State
    APC: 1,464,768
    PDP: 391,593
  27. Katsina State
    APC: 1,232,133
    PDP: 308,056
  28. Taraba State
    APC: 324,906
    PDP: 374,743
  29. Cross River State
    APC: 117,302
    PDP: 295,737
  30. Akwa Ibom State
    APC: 175,429
    PDP: 395,832
  31. Borno State
    APC: 836,496
    PDP: 71,788
  32. Delta State
    APC: 221,292
    PDP: 594,068
  33. Bayelsa State
    APC: 118,821
    PDP: 197,933
  34. Sokoto State
    APC: 490,333
    PDP: 361,604
  35. Kebbi State
    APC: 581,552
    PDP: 154,282
  36. Zamfara State
    APC: 438,682
    PDP: 125,423
  37. Rivers State
    APC: 150,710
    PDP: 473,971

Final Collated Presidential Result of all Parties

As Presented by Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, National Chairman, INEC.

Registered voters: 82,344,107

Accredited voters: 29,364,209

Valid votes: 27,324,583

Rejected votes: 1,289,607

Total votes cast: 28,614,190

A – 19,209

AA – 14,280

AAC – 33,953

AAP – 8,902

ABP – 4,523

ACD – 11,325

ACPN – 7,223

ADC – 97,874

ADP – 54,930

AGA – 4,689

AGAP – 3,071

ANDP – 3,104

ANN – 16,779

ANP – 3,586

ANRP – 4,340

APA – 36,866

APC – 15,191,847

APDA – 26,558

APGA – 66,851

APM – 26,039

APP – 3,585

ASD – 2146

AUN – 1,092

BNPP – 1,649

CAP – 1,111

CC – 2,391

CNP – 1,874

DA – 2,769

DPC – 5,242

DPP – 14,483

FRESH – 4,554

FJP – 4,174

GDPN – 41,852

GPN – 4,924

HDP – 1,663

ID – 1,845

JMPP – 1,853

KP – 1,911

LM – 1438

LP – 5,074

MAJA – 2651

MMN – 14,540

MPN – 2,752

NAC – 2,279

NCMP – 1,378

NCP – 3,799

NDCP – 1,192

NDLP – 1,588

NEPP – 1,524

NFD – 4,096

NIP – 2,248

NNPP – 6,111

NPC – 10,081

NRM – 6,229

NUP – 5,323

PCP – 110,196

PDP – 11, 262,978

PPA – 21,822

PPC – 8,979

PPN – 4,622

PT – 2,613

RAP – 2,972

RBNP – 1,792

RP – 2,388

SDP – 34,746

SNC – 28,680

SNP – 3,941

UDP – 3,170

UP – 1,561

UPN – 1,631

WTPN – 732

YES – 2394

YPP – 21,886

The candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Muhammadu Buhari, having satisfied the requirement of the law and scored the highest number of votes has been declared winner of the Presidential election held on February 23, 2019.

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